Food Boredom....

Posted on March 08 by
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Food boredom is a major reason it can be difficult to stay on a path of whole food eating. Each week I will be sure to vary my protein and vegetable sources so I look forward to "new" meal.

Below was my "Thanksgiving dinner" last night.
Butternut squash mashed with butter and cinnamon, reduced sugar-home made cranberry sauce and turkey.

Each week pick one vegetable that you do not normally buy and try a new recipe. You may discover a new favorite.

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Names of Added Sugars

Posted on March 06 by
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Low Carb Breakfast Sandwich

Posted on March 01 by
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I am always on the hunt for healthier versions of bread products. I came across a "paleo" bread by Julian Bakery. It is gluten free, grain free and low carb.

I can't say I love this bread, but it is nice to throw together a sandwich for only 4 grams of net carbs!

The trick is to toast it as much as you can before burning it.
I just wish I could find a bread this healthy that tastes like crunchy sourdough :)

My sandwich is 1 over medium egg, 2 slices of nitrate free ham and mashed avocado.

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Homemade Nutella

Posted on February 26 by
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2/3 cup hazelnuts
¼ teaspoon salt
1 cup cacao powder
½ cup coconut oil
1/3 cup maple syrup

Soak the hazelnuts in water overnight, then drain and rinse well.

Put hazelnuts in a high speed blender or food processor and blend until smooth, then add salt and pulse to combine. Add cocoa powder and coconut oil and blend to combine. If necessary scrape down sides of the jar. Add maple syrup and blend to form a paste. If by any chance the mixture separates, add warm water, 1 tablespoon at a time, while blender is running to bring the mixture back together.

Place the Nutella in a jar and store in a refrigerator for two weeks. Serve with apple slices as a snack.


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